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  •   Home > News > Sports > Soccer

    The bouquets and brickbats have been handed out on the final day of the English Premier League football season

    The bouquets and brickbats have been handed out on the final day of the English Premier League football season

    Watford, Bournemouth and Norwich City have been relegated - Aston Villa survived after a 1-all draw with West Ham.

    Watford lost 3-2 to Arsenal - captain Troy Deeney understands there will be pain after a five-year tenure and a season which saw them endure four managers.

    A reporter took that statement one step further with the 32-year-old, asking if it'd be his last game, full stop.

    Manchester United and Chelsea have joined Liverpool and Manchester City in the Champions League.

    Third-placed United kept fifth-placed Leicester City at bay 2-nil.

    Fourth-placed Chelsea defeated Wolves by the same margin.


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